I could also write about the fact that Sweden is using plus-sized mannequins in their shops or why Hollywood star Lindsay Lohan has once again failed to turn up to her umpteenth court hearing.
But despite having all these options I have instead chosen a different topic to write about, the good old Scottish weather.
Yesterday was the official beginning of British spring time. It's set to last until summer officially begins, on June 20, not that we would know it with the freezing temperatures and the blizzards we've seen over the past week or so.
I don't want to start looking back at my childhood through rose- tinted spectacles, but I'm sure I definitely remember getting four seasons a year, not all of them in one day.
March usually conjures up images of flowers blooming, lambs being born, lighter nights, lovely green grass, bunnies and Easter eggs, but the reality is head to toe thermal underwear and having central heating back on full blast.
It's amazing what a little sunshine can do to brighten our moods and put a smile on everyone's face in the morning. I mean, ladies, who doesn't look forward to those blisteringly hot summer days where the men of our fair city are forced to shed their shirts, exclaiming, "taps aff" at the top of their lungs as they saunter by.
So come on Sean Batty, left, give us some great news and tell us spring really is truly on its way.
If not, well you leave me no choice, sir, but to send you a picture of me in said thermal underwear.
You have been warned!
I want to say a huge congratulations to St Mirren Football Club on its Scottish Communities League Cup win over Hearts at Hampden Park on Sunday.
It has been 26 years since 'The Buddies' picked up any silverware, and boy was it worth the wait.
I watched the game at home and have to say I was on the edge of my seat screaming at the telly, willing the referee to blow that final whistle after 93mins.
Now, no disrespect to Hearts whatsoever, but surely there can't have been many neutral football fans not secretly hoping St Mirren would hold on to their 3-2 lead to go on and clinch the trophy?
We all love a fairy tale ending, and St Mirren have waited a very long time for this happy ending.
I was nearly moved to tears watching the open top bus drive through Paisley afterwards, where an estimated 15,000 fans lined the streets to show their support and admiration for Danny Lennon and his men.
A great day which, I'm sure, will live long in the memory of the Saints fans for years to come.